Fluorescent

A fluorescent bulb uses 1/5 to 1/3 as much electricity as an incandescent bulb with comparable lumen ratings and last up to 20 times longer. It can generate between 50 and 100 lumens per watt, making it four to six times more efficient than incandescent bulbs. You can buy a 15-watt fluorescent bulb that produces the same amount of light as a 60-watt incandescent bulb. Fluorescents produce less heat and are much more efficient. Available in a wide spectrum of colors; warm white tones best duplicate the color of incandescent.

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  • A new look for lighting! The Profilo is the perfect solution for boutiques, offices, or even the home. Two-way lighting illuminates the top and bottom of your shelf.

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  • SlimLite XL is cooler, brighter, and more compact

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  • This ultra-thin fluorescent fixture is designed for installation in wall units, in displays, and under cabinets-- it's so thin that it can fit in any space.

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  • A bright solution for your display needs-- this is a complete off-the-shelf lighting solution you won't want to hide!

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  • Perfect for small workspaces where other lights just won't fit! Magnetic mounting allows positional lighting to put light right where you need it.

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  • Energy-efficient fluorescent T5 task light, 3500 K, with electronic ballast.

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  • Thanks to the automatic switch, forget about turning the light on and off-- when you open the drawer, the light goes on.

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  • Rope lights create versatile and decorative lighting.

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